Hope and pride: Zimbabweans put the country on the map in world of wine

After rising to the top of a white-dominated industry, a new generation of Zimbabweans are bringing their talents home...

Freelance Reporter for The New York Times Is Put on Trial in Zimbabwe

Jeffrey Moyo, second from left, conferring with his lawyers, Doug Coltart and Beatrice Mtetwa, outside the...

‘They want to remove us and take the rock’, say Zimbabweans living near Chinese-owned mines

As companies extract wealth, villagers say they see little benefit and are instead exploited in quarries,...

Barbarians match called off 90 minutes before kick-off due to Covid cases

Saturday’s match between the Barbarians and Samoa was called off 90 minutes before kick-off, while the...

Dirty dollars: how tattered US notes became the latest street hustle in Zimbabwe

In country hit by hyperinflation, a shortage of dollars means those struggling to survive can make...

‘We are protected by prayers’: the sects hampering southern Africa’s vaccine rollout

With millions of followers, the stance of some Apostolic church leaders threatens to undermine fight against...

Zimbabwe’s older people: the pandemic’s silent victims

Care facilities for older people used to be thought ‘un-African’. But destitution caused by Covid has...

Zimbabwean who cleared Falklands mines urges rethink on 75% cut to clearance programmes

Cuthbert Mutukwa fears disastrous consequences for home country if UK cuts go ahead as it nears...

Grace Mugabe challenges Zimbabwe order to exhume husband’s body

Grace Mugabe, the widow of Zimbabwe’s longtime former ruler Robert Mugabe, has challenged a court order...

‘It’ll kill me’: Zimbabwe counts cost of rise in illicit alcohol use

Lack of jobs and Covid lockdowns fuel boom in cheap but lethal hooch made in backyard...

Small farmers have the answer to feeding the world. Why isn’t the UN listening?

We’re among the thousands boycotting the UN food summit – it’s been hijacked by corporate interests...

‘No one may be compelled’: Zimbabwe unions go to court over Covid jabs

Thousands of workers in Zimbabwe have been told they will face the sack if they refuse to be...

‘Contraception divides opinion’: tackling taboos in Zimbabwe as teen pregnancies soar

With Covid lockdowns blamed for rising rates, MPs and teachers say it’s time to ‘face reality’...

UK Home Office’s mass deportation flight plan criticised as ‘grubby’

Plans for a chartered plane to Zimbabwe risks delivering activists to political persecution, say, campaigners...

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